A £1.3m refurbishment of the grade II*-listed St Mary's church in Ealing, west London, was completed last month. The aim was to recreate the church's appearance after it was remodelled by Victorian architect SS Teulon. He gave it Moorish arches in striped brickwork, a cast-iron column decorated with barber's pole stripes and fish scales, and stone carvings. The project team includes contractor Killby & Gayford, architect Thomas Ford Partnership, QS Cook & Butler Partnership and M&E consultant Martin Thomas Associates.